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On the Bottle: What It Means to Be Organic, Biodynamic, and Natural

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Today is Earth Day, so why not uncork a bottle of organic, biodynamic, or natural wine and make a toast to all things green and sustainable? Here’s a [&hellip…

On the Bottle: What Makes a Wine Kosher?

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Passover begins on Monday, so lots of people are shopping for kosher wine to bring along to the traditional seder meal. I’d venture a bet that many of [&hellip…

On the Bottle: How Long Does an Open Bottle of Wine Last?

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Q: How long can I keep an open bottle of wine and still drink it? – Shannon, Massachusetts How long does an open bottle of wine last? For [&hellip…

On the Bottle: 2010 Rosé Recommendations, Even for the Pink-Averse

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Rosé is the ultimate seasonal wine, with most bottles appearing in stores for just a few months of the year, leading to rampant overuse of the phrase “summer [&hellip…

On the Bottle: What Happens to Wine as It Ages (Or, What's So Great About a '67 Amarone?)

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Last month I tackled a question from a reader about how to know when a wine is worth aging (short answer: rarely), and in my efforts at blog-appropriate [&hellip…

On the Bottle: Five Wines to Try in the Springtime

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Eating seasonally applies to what you drink as much as what you eat, so as the weather starts to warm up, look for these wines to refresh your [&hellip…

On the Bottle: How to Find the Best Values on a Restaurant Wine List

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When I’m handed a restaurant wine list, as soon as I take in the way it’s organized, I look at the prices. Come on, unless you just got [&hellip…

On the Bottle: The Most Underrated Piece of Information on a Wine Label

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Wine labels display all kinds of information that can tell you something about the juice inside, like the region of origin, the type of grape, the vintage, and [&hellip…